Hi all, hope you can help.
I have a q990b Soundbar and q90t tv. Both devices have up to date firmware and Soundbar is connected to tv via HDMI (earc)
when I power off tv, the Soundbar powers off as well. However, the problem I have is that when I power on the tv, the Soundbar doesn’t come on with it. I have to then switch it on separately.
anyone know if there is a fix for this to ensure that when I power on the tv, the Soundbar turns on as well?
oh, Anynet+ is all switched on on the tv. Can’t see any settings to do this on Soundbar so assume it’s always on by default on that.
Hello, I have the same screen as yours. What do you think of the soundbar?
And have you tried wireless dolby atoms?
i need for movies and PS5 and PC all use hdmi 2.1 4k 120Hz
Hi, the sound bar is great. Great quality of sound and can go quite loud if you want it too. I live in a flat though and find the bass even on the lowest level (-12) and in night mode can still sometimes be to loud. I know most people wouldn’t complain about that 🙂
I actually use with Apple TV and that has a ‘reduce loud sounds’ mode which actually does a really good job at balancing it out if it’s a bit too dynamic etc
again, most people it would probably not be an issue but in a flat I need to be considerate to those living above so have to ensure it’s not too bassy or too loud in volume. Night mode does a good job but it’s not actually a DRC reducer as such (just levels out some bass is mainly what I’ve noticed).
Sound quality as I say is really impressive though (I came from a denon receiver but only entry level speakers). I would say the sound quality of this is better than the sound I had from my old denon with 5.1 speakers.
I have no idea how you try wireless atmos, is that a thing then? I just have it all connected via hdmi.
in regards to the 120hz. You can plug hdmi into tv to ensure you get 120hz and send Dolby sound to soundbar. However, with Xbox, all I can get is stereo , Dolby 5.1 or atmos (although atmos is not viable in this most as too much lag).
you can obviously connect the games console direct to the soundbar which would give you all the uncompressed formats such as Dolby digital and atmos when connected direct to soundbar is fine without lag on the Xbox. However, you will not have 120hz as it only passes 60hz I believe.
hope this helps a little.
Thank you, I benefited a lot from the answer